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Date Posted: 10:17:36 03/29/13 Fri
Author: Brian
Subject: Re: Paul Shannon's History
In reply to: Magic Sword 's message, "Re: Paul Shannon's History" on 15:47:51 03/27/13 Wed

He's one person I would have liked to have met. I would shake his hand and simply say "thank you." Those booth announcers were distinct. Paul Shannon and Del Taylor both come to mind from WTAE. George Eisenhauser from KDKA is who I remember most from that station. I often wondered what he thought when they handed him the chore of hosting an afternoon kids show. I'd love to hear his side of the story.

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